University of Rochester


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UCC On-Call: (585) 275-3113

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Life Line: (585) 275-5151

On Campus Security Non-Emergency: 5-3333

Off-Campus Security: (585) 275-3333

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UCC Location & Hours

Appointments: (585) 275-3113

Fax Number: (585) 442-0815

Address:
Box 270356, 738 Library Road
UHS Building
Rochester, New York 14627

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University Counseling Center (UCC)

Senior Staff

Staff Psychologists

Joellen Popma, Ph.D.
University of Kentucky
Director
Special Interests: Working with trauma survivors, crisis intervention, anxiety and depression, LGBTQ identity and concerns, transitions
Email: jpopma@ur.rochester.edu

Click here to see Dr. Popma's professional biography.


Brigid Cahill, Ph.D.
University of South Carolina
Associate Director, Director of Training
Special Interests: Survivors of trauma, group therapy, DBT, women's issues, anxiety, family of origin concerns.
Email: brigid.cahill@rochester.edu

Click here to see Dr. Cahill's professional biography.


Arjan Berkeljon, Ph.D.
Brigham Young University
Staff Psychologist.
Special Interests: psychotherapy supervision and teaching, group psychotherapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy.
Email: arjan.berkeljon@rochester.edu

Click here to see Dr. Berkeljon's professional biography.


Dagmar Kaufmann, Ph.D.
University of Rochester
Outreach Coordinator
Special Interests: Women's issues, interpersonal relationships, couples, sexuality and gender identity, international student adjustment, grief and loss, groups
Email: dagmar.kaufmann@rochester.edu

Click here to see Dr. Kaufmann's professional biography.


Ronke Lattimore Tapp, Ph.D.
Iowa State University
Assistant Director for Multiculturalism
Special Interests: Multicultural (including race/ethnicity, gender, religion/spirituality, sexual orientation, etc.) issues related to identity, adjustment, interpersonal relationships/conflict, academic/work success, etc. -- Cognitive and Behavioral based treatments
Languages spoken: English, Spanish (partial fluency, ~85%)
Email: Ronke.Tapp@rochester.edu


Allan J. Schwartz, Ph.D.
University of Rochester
Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry
Special Interests: Suicidology, sexual dysfunction, crisis intervention and administrative aspects of college mental health.


Click here to see Dr. Schwartz's professional biography, research interests and relevant publications.


Kelly Willson, Ph.D.
Washington State University
Assistant Director of Training/Staff Psychologist
Special Interests: Personal and Cultural Identity including race/ethnicity, sexual and gender identity, religion/spirituality; Family of origin and relationship issues; Recovery from trauma and abuse; International student adjustment; Health and disability issues; Resilience and wellness
Email: kwillson@ur.rochester.edu

Click here to see Dr. Willson's professional biography

 

Social Workers

Mike Kemp-Schneider, L.M.S.W.
University of Buffalo
Social Worker
Special Interests: Men's Issues, Couples work, Family of origin issues, Identification of and treatment for alcohol and other substance use issues utilizing a harm reduction model, and maintaining sobriety.
Email: mkempsch@ur.rochester.edu

Click here to see Mr. Kemp-Schneider's professional biography.


Felicia Reed-Watt, L.C.S.W
University of Buffalo
Clinical Case Mananager, Social Worker
Special Interests: Women's Issues, Substance use and abuse, Mental Health and Chemical Abuse Anger management/Positive Communication, LGBT, Spirituality, Relationship Issues, Group therapy.
Email: freed2@UR.Rochester.edu

Click here to see Ms. Reed-Watt's professional biography

 

Adjunct Training Program Psychologists

Sheila Cummings, Ph.D.
University of Kentucky
Special Interests: Groups, couples and object-relations.

Click here to see Dr. Cummings's professional Biography, Research Interests and Relevant Publications.


Claire McLauchlin, Ph.D.
Georgia State University
Special Interests: loss and trauma, relationship issues, parenting, resiliency, and creativity..

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Robert Pierce, Ph.D.
University of Rochester
Special Interests: Couples and families, life stages, resiliency.

Click here to see Dr. Pierce's professional biography, research interests and relevant publications.


Allen Roach, Ph.D.
University of Kentucky

Special Interests: Grief Work, self-psychology, couple psychotherapy, object relations and interpersonal psychotherapy.

Click here to see Dr. Roach's professional biography, research interests and relevant publications.


Marie T. Sergent, Ph.D.
University of Maryland
Special Interests: Group psychotherapy, individual and couples psychotherapy, supervision and teaching of colleagues, psychodynamic and relational therapy.

Click here to see Dr. Sergent's professional biography, research interests and relevant publications.